Samsung updates S9, Note 8 and S8 phones with 27 patches from a RCE bug to a patch that prevents an ancient peek-and-poke attack first identified in 1980s.
Researchers maintain Microsoft’s vaunted Arbitrary Code Guard in the Edge browser can’t stop hackers from mounting attacks.
While it’s a simple payload for now, researchers said Vega has the ability to evolve into something more concerning in the future.
The Panda banking trojan, a spin-off from the infamous Zeus malware, is widening its net to attack more than just financial services targets, as seen in three ongoing campaigns discovered in May.
The GandCrab ransomware continues to virulently spread and adapt to shifting cyber-conditions, most recently crawling back into relevance on the back of several large-scale spam campaigns.
The leak of point-of-sale malware source code is a double-edge sword to researchers who view it as boon to research, but a headache when it comes to inspiring future variants and attacks.
A new malware campaign being rapidly spread on Facebook is infecting users’ systems to perform credential theft, cryptomining, and click fraud.
Apple, Microsoft, Red Hat and others have built an uncannily similar privilege escalation flaw into their Intel-based products.
Nigerian-based cybercriminals are growing more dangerous as they add sophisticated tools to their arsenal, including complex remote access trojans, a new report reveals.
The actors behind this kind of code, whether they’re bent on sending a political message or simply wanting to cover their tracks after data exfiltration, have adopted various techniques to carry out those activities.